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Lots of training that was useful in everyday interactions at work. The teachers and TA's from the daytime and the evening residential staff came together to form very effective teams, and because of this behavior issues were addressed with consistency between staff members. TONS of resources for students and teachers. It was a great way to learn more about Austin, too, as we were constantly planning evening and weekend outings.
Because of the longevity of higher-ups, there is a limit to upward mobility here, especially if you stay in Comprehensive Residential Programs. I.e., they only need so many dorm managers, so some people who had worked at TSBVI for over 10 years were still Residential Instructors (though they did get small raises and nominal promotions from RI I to RI II, etc.
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